MorePeople launches new website

A screenshot of MorePeople's new website - image: MorePeople
A screenshot of MorePeople's new website - image: MorePeople
MorePeople has launched its new website.
MorePeople director Guy Moreton said:

"As a company we have undergone considerable growth over the past 18 months and have some very exciting new projects on the horizon.
"To help us to maintain our position as the leading recruitment and training business in our sectors, we've completely redesigned the site to give it an up to date look and feel that reflects the dynamic nature of our business and the sectors we operate in.
 
"The new website has all the information that you need to know about MorePeople and we will be updating it regularly with all the news and events that we are getting involved with over the coming months - and, of course, it is still the place look to find details on all the best jobs in the Fresh Produce, Food, Horticulture, Agriculture and Garden & Leisure industries."

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